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Integrating Nutritional Medicine with Coaching; Ever had a conversation that changed your life?

Updated: Jan 30, 2023

Dr Amy Redmond (Coaching Course Director)

Perhaps, while chatting with a friend, colleague or stranger, the clouds suddenly lifted and you had clarity about something you’ve been grappling with for ages. A powerful, life-changing, ‘Aha’ moment.

If you’ve experienced an ‘aha’ moment, what was different about that conversation compared to other conversations you’ve had?

I wasn’t eavesdropping I promise, but I think I can hazard a guess at some of the things that were going on in that life-changing moment.

  1. You were open, during that conversation, to considering new perspectives;

  2. You were talking to someone who you felt was trustworthy;

  3. You mostly talked, and the other person

listened. Perhaps they asked you some really pertinent questions that helped you think about things in ways you hadn’t considered before.

These three factors are the foundation of how coaching works.

An open mind

You come to your coach with an open mind, ready to do some inner work. The coach provides you with a safe space to explore whatever’s on your mind and asks you great questions that challenge your thinking and dig deep into your knowledge. You talk lots, and openly, exploring different avenues and ideas, until you land on an answer that’s previously been out of your reach, or lodged in the depths of your unconscious mind. Nobody needs to give you the answers or tell you what to do.

Because YOU are the expert on YOUR life. And when you come up with the solution yourself you can feel confident that it’s the right solution for you, and you’ll feel empowered to take ownership of it.

Coaching is both an art and a science

For clients, the coaching process feels safe, simple and transformative. Behind this process, sits years of research, study and practice. Coaching is both an art and a science. As coaches we use our people skills to put our clients at ease, and we draw on the wealth of coaching science, theories and models to ensure we’re asking the right questions, at the right time, to achieve the best possible results for our clients.

It’s hard to overestimate the power of good coaching – it can literally transform people’s lives.

Coaching at the New School Of Nutritional Medicine

At the New School of Nutritional Medicine, we’re taking the power of coaching to the next level. Our wonderful students are learning nutritional medicine along with the coaching skills. They also learn and experience Rapid Relief Homeopathy in year one of the two year integrated nutrition diploma course.

They’re the next-level, 21st century practitioners, who will be able to provide their clients a truly holistic service. Our minds and bodies are inextricably interlinked after all, and so combining these approaches will allow our graduates to provide the best possible, holistic, care for their clients.

The current cohort of students are shaping up to be practitioners of coaching and nutritional medicine combined and will be ready to transform lives from 2023.

Integrated Nutrition Medicine Diploma

At the New School of Nutritional Medicine we cover a variety of topics that are relevant to the 21st century. We believe in naturopathic nutrition, we believe in biochemical individuality.

We have our dates for the next academic year (2023-2024). Have a look at our 2 year part time Integrated Nutrition Diploma Course and if you have any questions about the Diploma course drop us an email we will be in touch.


From the team at the New School Of Nutritional Medicine.

Learn about the Founder & Principal of the New School of Nutritional Medicine, Dr Khush Mark PhD HERE.

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